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Pen Your Pride


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strangerstale By strangerstale Completed

"I told you to stay away from her," Eric said. "You should have listened to your parents, Cristian. Now you are going to find out what happens to dogs who touch bones that don't belong to them."

"She's not your property," Cristian spat, "Now let her go."

He was answered by Eric's amused laughter and a surprise blow to the stomach. He buckled over with a cough and rose with a growl. The whites of his canines flashing momentarily in the dark. "Is that all you got?" He sneered. 

Caught in a fight for her own freedom while honoring the traditions of her people, Annalise struggles to maintain a balance. That balance is taken out of her hands completely with her forced engagement to the future pack alpha, Eric. 

The idea of her marriage is bad enough, but when her best friend makes his feelings for her known, Annalise will learn that things can get much, much worse in a tale of family drama and dark secrets

  • abuse
  • alpha
  • annalise
  • arranged
  • betrayel
  • bitten
  • completed
  • dominance
  • drama
  • enemies
  • love
  • marked
  • mate
  • romance
  • teen
  • war
  • werewolf
  • wolf
  • young
strangerstale strangerstale Oct 23, 2017
@suzycar45 Wow, thank you so much for the feedback. I really do appreciate this because it helps improve my writing. Also, I'm very happy that you enjoyed the read,  and I hope I was truly able to throw you into Anna's world and give you a somewhat different take on pack life. Thank You!
forever-royal forever-royal Jun 10, 2016
Love this title- my sisters name is Anna Liz and it caught my attention 😂
a810022 a810022 Sep 12, 2016
My name is Annalise, so it's going to be very weird for me. Just saying
strangerstale strangerstale May 05, 2016
@deathlover48 Thank you for the critique, and detailed honesty. You don't know how much this helps.
deathlover48 deathlover48 May 05, 2016
Always, and I repeat, always capitalize the starting of dialogues. It's a minor error but will annoy everyone. Also, when you change the speaker of the dialogue, change the paragraph. It gives more cleanliness to the story :)
deathlover48 deathlover48 May 05, 2016
Dialogue. Dialogue is a hard, but extremely important part of writing. Anna's words sound extremely formal here, contrasting with the modern, laid back personality of Cristian. Reading out your dialogues, or trying to say them like your character would helps in maintaining consistency.